A truck driving job with Millis Transfer is an all-weather career. Working in the outdoors in different regions of the country, you can experience the hottest summers and the coldest winters. Even if you start on a warm, sunny coast in the morning, you might find yourself in snowy mountains by evening. What do you need to be prepared?
There are a few things you should pack with you on every truck driving job. These everyday essentials should include a first aid kit, toolkit, emergency flares, flashlight, jumper cables, a charged cellphone and a cellphone charger.
Cold Weather Basics
If you expect cold weather, you will find these items helpful even if you don’t have an emergency. In fact, having them might just keep an inconvenience from becoming a survival situation.
Cold Weather Survival
If you do find yourself in a survival situation in cold weather, having a few extra items might make all the difference. If you are trapped in your truck during a cold weather truck driving job, having a few simple items might save your life or someone else’s.
Millis Transfer considers our drivers family and aims to keep them safe. If you’re interested in a truck driving job, visit our website or give us a call.